ttomtucker

Port Townsend, WA

Have been collecting antique telephones since 1965, but I like all kinds of antiques and collectables, furniture, lamps, Coca-Cola, military uniforms, advertising.

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American Cheese & Coca-Cola - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
Organ Stool - Furniturein Furniture
My 1970's Baume & Mercier watch - Wristwatchesin Wristwatches
1944 16" x 27" Coca-Cola Cardboard Sign With Gold Wood Frame - Coca-Colain Coca-Cola
25 Finger Hole Dial Intercom - Telephonesin Telephones
S-W (Sure Winner) Green Trading Stamps - Stampsin Stamps
World War One Soldier - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Morris Minor cars in the Pacific Northwest - Classic Carsin Classic Cars
DeVeau Candlestick catalog - Telephonesin Telephones
 My grandfahter's WW1 Service Medal - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…

Comments

  1. It looks like a telephone operator chair
  2. The magneto is The Williams-Abbott Electric, but it's not correct for this phone. The magneto should set on the lower shelf that is missing. Looks like someone tried to convert this phone for modern d...
  3. Your wall phone was manufactured by Holtzer-Cabot Electric Company of Boston, MA around 1908. Model number is 1333. You can remove the two screws on the key hole plate and use a screw driver to unlock...
  4. Your Kellogg candlestick was manufactured around 1912, the patent dates on the back cup was for the transmitter. The original transmitter was replaced with a newer solid type transmitter, the mouthpi...
  5. Thank you Yen
  6. Your Western Electric or Northern Electric 293A was first produced 1908. The North Electric dial was added later on. the hook switch and side plate looks to be from a Kellogg Switchboard & Supply Co. ...
  7. We used to make these anvil's in high school metal shop class during the late 1950's. Back then the courses like wood shop, metal shop, auto shop, drafting were called Industrial Arts.
  8. pw-collector, Ingersoll & Bros. also manufactured telephones in 1894, in was called the "peerless" outfit. I have one in my telephone collection.
  9. I believe your wall phone was manufactured by D.A. Kussell even though the transmitter is a Kellogg, the Kussell transmitter could have been replaced over the years. I look at the over all telephone...
  10. You have a Western Electric #30 peg dialer Manufactured around 1907, the company also made a peg dialer in a wall phone. the 1892 is the patent date for the transmitter.
  11. Real nice work, I have one of this DeVeau's in by collection.
  12. Field made Korean War Presidential Unit Citation, issued from 1951-1954
  13. Looks real nice
  14. 1970's Fantasy item according to Petretti's Coca-Cola price guide 12 edition.
  15. I don't think the seller will take 125.00 less, but will make a offer.
  16. The price tag is $200.00, I passed on the sign.
  17. Your intercoms were manufactured in the U.S. By Electric Utilities Company of New York City. Called the Metaphone in the U.S. and was patented in 1901. In Europe the intercom was called Paraphone and ...
  18. Thank you bythec3
  19. Thank you MyFavoriteTreasures
  20. I have a Upstate Telephone Corp. of New York sign.
  21. Thank you sugargirl
  22. Your Bell sign was used from 1939 to 1968
  23. Looks like one made by John Infurna
  24. Looks to me to be a Western Electric tandem, could use better photo's of the inside top box. The diagram was used inside a Sumter single box wall phone.
  25. Thank you for your love Nicefice
  26. Nice post card
  27. Nice original Western Electric 317
  28. Check my post for Adam shakers
  29. Your wall phone was made by Western Electric International & Nippon Electric Co. Ltd. Tokyo, Japan. The wall phone is tailored after the Western Electric US model type 293 produced after 1907.
  30. I like the old telephone directories from California. I have a 1909 Los Angeles City and County directory. It states they have 52, 257 telephones.
  31. Signaholic, saw you post, great story behind the organ. Tom
  32. Great story, nice old organ
  33. Your Zippo Lighter was patented by George Blaisdell on March 3, 1936. He assigned the patented to Zippo Mfg Co.
  34. Thank you SEAN68
  35. Very nice stool
  36. Some sign had manufacture's name, but many didn't. Bob Alexander's book called A Collector's Guide to Antique Porcelain Enamel Telephone Signs has oval Bell signs in his book. Your sign could has bee...
  37. Your candlestick telephone model T-350 was manufactured by TELKOM in Poland during the 1970's. Not a lot value around $75.00
  38. Nice and unusual Son in Service pin
  39. Thank you Nicefice
  40. Your shoulder patch was used by the 7th Air Force or the 7th Army Air Force during WW2
  41. Your Bell System sign was manufactured from 1921 to 1938. In 1921 the Bell System came up with a much simpler design and it was adopted by the Bell Companies all over the country. Your sign is referre...
  42. Thank you Beachbum58
  43. Thank you CokeKid-04
  44. Thank you SEAN68
  45. see ca95342 posting
  46. Thank you SpritBear
  47. Thank you Celiene
  48. Thank you Manikin
  49. Thank you Nicefice
  50. Nice original candlestick by Western Electric
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